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do we make sure in these technology areas where we're so short that we both invest domestically in improving education while we allow these to come in. it will be interesting how this shapes up. >> we have to grow talent. >> it's more promising now than it has been. microsoft even made a proposal, which may or may not be adopted, but the fee for these visas be increased and that go back into science and math education. so it's great to see this problem the u.s. has, getting onto the front burner, we may see progress here because on both sides of the aisle people are saying some of the right things. the numbers here are not anywhere comparable to the illegal immigration. and i'd love to see it solve illegal immigration, a tougher problem. the high-talent immigration has kind of been held hostage to that broader problem. >> you think they'll fix both? >> the ideal is to fix both. if you could fix neither you'd at least want to go in and fix the high-skills thing. but for the fist time in many years, i see a real prospect that they'll actually fix both. >> if they fix either the ta
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